DO YOU LIVE IN CHICAGO AND WANT TO HELP BUT DON’T KNOW HOW?!
“FED UP FEST is a three day, all ages, DIY music and workshop festival showcasing and celebrating queer and transgender voices in punk communities. We are a collectively run group that actively opposes racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, xenophobia, ableism, capitalism, and all other fucked up “isms” and “phobias” at macro and micro levels.”
THREE WAYS YOU CAN HELP, YOU CAN DO ONE, NONE OF THEM OR YOU CAN DO ALL OF THEM!
- If you have extra floor space or a couch out of towners can sleep on, apply to host some folk! APPLY HERE
- If you have spare time and want to volunteer, fill out THIS FORM.
- LASTLY, COME OUT. HANG OUT. BRING YOUR FRIENDS.
This is a rad fest happening in Chicago. If you’re able to attend, help out, or support by spreading the word, please do.
albert-is said: I was in the twinkledaddies group and left because it was just too many people bitching about bands they didn't like. Fucking lame. Post music. I'm bout it. And if I'm not, I'll keep that to myself. Hashtag civil discourse
I’ll keep my mouth shut but yeah, I’m all for it.
However, the amount of new music that I’d file under “twinkly” isn’t too substantial so we here at twinkledaddies may stray away from the strict confines of twinkly shit.
Good tunes on the way.
Anonymous said: Hey! I would be quite alright with you guys posting more music.
I’m glad there’s still an interest!
I (Cam), at least, am kind of apprehensive after joining the Twinkledaddies facebook and seeing the lurkers there rip people apart. Not to mention the whole title seems to just piss everyone off.
I’ll happily post more music I’m digging and whatnot if that what yinz want.
Hi Twinkledaddies. I’m James. I play guitar in this new four piece out of Tyler, TX called I Wish I Could Skateboard.
We just released this four song EP called “I Appreciate Your Lack of Confidence.” It can be listened to/purchased here:
It was recorded at funeral home turned recording studio, Elmwood Studios in Dallas, TX.
Engineered by Alex Bhore of This Will Destroy You
Alan Douches at West West Side Music did the mastering.
I listened to the first 15 seconds and liked it a lot.